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(Essex Countryside 1969 4th impression) Demy 8vo 177pp bw illustrations. Endpaper maps. Very slight sunning to top and bottom of spine Dusrwrapper torn and creased with some loss. generally VG in poor dustwrapper. (Book ref. 9794) £4.50
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Butttery, P & Lount, b: ALEHOUSES OF OADBY
(Oadby Local History Group c. 1985) 8vo pbk stapled booklet. 72pp. bw ills. Cover detached from staples (in one piece). Good. (Book ref. 9381) £8.75
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(Premier Publishing Co. [1937]) 8vo hardback 335pp Illustrated red cloth boards. Internal front hinge cracked. Boards worn. Good. (Book ref. 8242) £35.00
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"Pound, Patricia" Romford Pubs
2006 "Published by Tempus Publishing, Stroud, 2006, 1st edition. Paperback. Illustrated, laminated card covers. 9.25ins x 6.5ins, 128pp. Large number of old photographs within the text. Part of the ""Images of England"" series. VG." (Book ref. 39899) £6.00
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Quick, Tom Dartmoor Inns
Tiverton: Devon Books, 1992. First Edition. Paper Back. Good Plus. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Some creasing to covers. Front and back hinges slightly open. (Book ref. 27736) £5.00
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Kenna, Rudolph; Mooney, Anthony People's Palaces, Victorian and Edwardian Pubs of Scotland
Edinburgh: Paul Harris, 1983 First paperback edition. Paperback 24x19 cm, 110 bw ills, glossary, index Pagination: 167. This is a celebration of the golden age of the Scottish pub (1880-1910) when licensed premises were made to conform to late Victorian standards of beauty and utility with elaborate wrought-iron signs, stained glass windows and resplendent gas lamps. Some architects made a speciality of pub design and the best craftsmen were used to carry out their strikingly effective schemes. This book not only considers the design of the public house, with examples drawn from all over Scotland, but also the wider social background highlighting attitudes and opinions on strong drink many of which persist to this day, unlike many of our finest pubs which have been torn down.. Book: corners of covers sl bumped, two v small stains to lower edge, spreading slightly to margins of a few pages, v small patches of surface loss to lower edge of a few plates, VG, Jacket: n/a (Book ref. 3033) £12.00
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Tubbs, D.B.: Kent pubs.
London, Batsford, 1966. 1st edition. Describes 195 public house throughout Kent, with indices of brewers, special drinks, places, people and pubs. Drawings by Alan F.Turner. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper, not priceclipped. (Book ref. 92) £9.00
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O'Shea, Roisin Pub & Shop Fronts of Ireland
Dublin: John Hinde Limited, 1995. Illustrated by Roisin O'Shea. Hard Cover. Fine. 1858334047 Signed By Artist Laminated pictorial boards, 17 x 17 cms, 44 pages, 32 reproductions of pen & ink & watercolour paintings of pub and shop fronts from the length and breadth of Ireland. (Book ref. 5219) £5.25
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Hunter, David Best Pub Walks Around Edinburgh
Wilmslow: Sigma Leisure, 2000. Paperback. As New. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 1850587175 Bright pictorial covers, no previous owner marks, 170 pages, maps, photographs; 26 walks that explore an outstanding variety of countryside. As a bonus, each walk starts and finishes at a traditional pub with a reputation for fine ale and a welcome to weary walkers. (Book ref. 4030) £4.00
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Old Coaching Days and the White Horse Cellar, Piccadilly
London: Hatchett's White Horse Cellars. Soft Covers. Good. Oblong 12mo With 8 illustrations in colour from old sporting prints of the period. 59pp. Previous owner's inscription to verso of front cover. Contents clean. Minor shelf wear to extremities. A lovely unusual item. (Book ref. 066898) £15.00
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Reeve-Jones, Alan (Drawings by Miriam Macgregor) (Research and spirited inquiry by Betty James): LONDON PUBS -
London: B. T. Batsford Ltd. - 1st Edition 1962 - Hb: gold gilt titles on blue boards - edges a little dusty else a near very good copy. Dw: edges chipped and rubbed with one small portion missing (approx 95% complete) - price clipped but good. () (Book ref. 4151) £4.00
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Harden: Harden's Good Cheap Eats in London 1995/6;
London, Harden's Guide, 1956; Softcover. 8" x 3.5". 126pp plus maps. Over 400 of the best resturants, cafes, pubs & wine bars in 1950's London. . (Book ref. 16403) £8.00
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BOSTON, Richard: Beer and skittles.
London, Collins, 1976. 1st. VG brown h/b with gilt lettering on spine; VG brown colour illus d/w, price clipped. 13.5cms x 21.5cms, 221pp. Inscrip ffep. 7 chaps, bibliog, index. History of pubs, advice on brewing beer, survey of public houses. Weight 453g. 0002160668. (Book ref. 199) £5.50
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Newby, Eric Round Ireland in Low Gear
Picador, 1988, 1988. Illustrated by Jonathan Newby; Leslie Robinson. 1st Edition - Print Run. Good. 0670822442 Book First edition, first pritning. Small line illustrations by Jonathan Newby and maps by Leslie Robinson. 308 pages with index. A cycling trip round Ireland in 1985 - just for fun by a traveller and journalist and his wife. UK dealer, immediate dispatch (Book ref. 3920) £4.19
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Michael Anderson: Liverpool Alehouses: Including the Wirral
Wilmslow: Sigma Leisure, 1995. First edition. VG glossy PB. 119pp with b/w photos throughout and 2 maps. Descriptions and histories of the pubs, with details of opening hours, ales and meals. Clean, bright & tight with no inscriptions. (Book ref. 66032) £11.00
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Petronius London Unexpurgated
London: The New English Library, 1969. Paperback. Very Good/No Dustwrapper. 12mo "An amoral guide for the jaded, tired, evil, nonconforming, corrupt, condemned and the curious - humans and otherwise - to underground London." 286 clean unmarked pages , browned on the edges. Cover a little rubbed on the edges. (Book ref. 027781) £4.00
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Russell, Ronald Waterside Pubs Pubs of the Inland Waterways
Newton Abbot, London, North Pomfret: David & Charles, 1974. 1st. Hardback. Near Fine/Very Good. 8vo 0 7153 6743 9 A neat hardback in a clean and bright dustwrapper withjust small chips of colour from the bottom edge of the back cover. (Book ref. 017108) £4.00
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Luscombe, William G. A Book of Inns No.5 East Anglia
London: The Saint Catherine Pres Ltd., 1947. 1st. Card Cover. Very Good -/No Dustjacket. 24mo Twenty three inns described in terms of a short history and comment in terms of a place in which to stay on holiday to get away from city life. Inns in Chigwell and Woodbridge also included. A 5 3/8" by 3 5/8" cream card covered first edition with a pale line mark, some minor water markings on the covers and 4 very small rust marks on the title page o/w very clean and tight. 70 pages including an index (Book ref. 013149) £6.00
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Fifty Years of Progress Being a Description of The House of Davenport with Illustrations from Photographs of the Organisation
Birmingham: "Davenports" of Bath Row, Birmingham, 1935. 1st. Cloth. Near Fine/No Dustjacket. 4to A quarto hardback souvenir book + the card box it was sent from Davenports' C.B. Ltd. in !! A Near Fine book "commemorating 50 years of progress" published in 1935. The foreword states that the books were sent to shareholders and registered customers. An eyeopener to what a "modern" brewery of 1935 and their public houses were like - and registered (private) customers got weekly or fortnightly deliveries to their door from open-sided lorries !! (Book ref. 002977) £35.00
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Rudolph Kenna & Anthony Mooney: People's Palaces; Victorian and Edwardian pubs of Scotland.
Edinburgh: Paul Harris Publishing, 1983. First edition (softcover). 8vo, 167pp. 110 plates. Original laminated wrappers. This copy is in very good condition. ISBN 0862280273 (Book ref. 25782) £7.50
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